Originally Posted by DallasBoosted
Lift-throttle oversteer is a pretty nasty trait though, just ask every 911 owner before the 996 ...
I bet most of them can tell you the part #'s and cost of rear quarterpanels/axles.
The best handling cars are neutral with a steady speed. Which means they understeer with more throttle and oversteer with less throttle.
You are probably talking about snap oversteer which leads into a spin, which earlier 911s were inclined to with their high rear weight bias.